Can you tell me please a little bit more about this universal imaging features, just until I can google myself the rest. This booting on different hardware is something I am really interested in, but however just on a single computer is still helpful.
Script use existing USB solution. Yes, create bootable USB drive first.
As for testing: don't try several different hadware. This may include inproper drivers.
Booting different hardware require some universal imaging features.
This is not part of the script.
I always thought this -different hardware support feature- is a part of USBoot?
Windows does boot but it does not finish the startup process. At no point I get a desktop.
When do you get BSOD 0x8E? Does windows boot? Do you get a desktop?
I see the XP bootlogo for a short time and then the bluescreen.
Possible due to different hardware, I will try again when sticking to the same hardware.
A non proper driver is loaded, hence the BSOD.
You sure it's because of different hardware? (Because with PLoP as reference it's working the same time.)
Do you have any veto against using PLoP 5.0 and VMware as testing platform?